Faith Lutheran Elementary holds a Packet Pick Up Parade

A Lincoln elementary school found a fun way to give students homework Saturday morning.
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A Lincoln elementary school found a fun way to give students homework this on Saturday morning.

Faith Lutheran teachers lined the school parking lot. Young children were able to speak to their teachers from the car as parents drove slowly through the packet pick up parade.

The staff wore costumes and shook noisemakers to send their support to the children while practicing social distancing. The school like many others have used video and social media to keep in touch.

“We are a K through 5 school and we haven’t seen our kids in so many weeks and so we are here today to celebrate our kids,” says¬† Natalie Gonzalez, admissions director. “We push out lessons still and they are here to pick up their packets of their lessons for the next couple of weeks of school work.”

At the end of the parade, each student was given a personalized homework package. The principal checked up with each parent informing them of resources if needed during quarantines.

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